This morning when I turned on my phone I had a warning notification in the upper left corner, and when I read it, it said I had to enter my Picasa password for an update. I have had Gmail ask for my password before (after changing it online) and I thought this just a delayed request to update it. So I entered it. An hour or so later, I thought this might not be right, so I went to my Google account online and changed my password again. Then, a few hours later, I got a warning notice when I signed into Gmail that there had been some suspicious access to my gmail from a mobile number in a distant state shortly after I had submitted my password for the "Picasa update". Checked all my accounts, didn't see anything out of the ordinary. Did a Google search for something related to Picasa, mobile, password change, scam, etc. and found nothing, only that some were having problems signing into their Picasa accounts from their phones, and thought there was a bug. In any event, I signed up for the Google two step verification (closing the barn door after the horses got out) and hope that it's just a bit of paranoia and maybe the password request was legitimate. Any insights or others with similar experiences?